Ausa is proud to be one of the companies globally that is working to incorporate new safety elements and redesign vehicle parts that are most commonly affected, with the aim of ensuring full operational integrity.
Deutz’s US subsidiary, Deutz Corporation, Georgia (USA), exhibited from 23 to 26 January at World of Concrete 2018 which was held in Las Vegas. Among the engines showcased were the TCD 2.9, TCD 3.6 and TCD 4.1 models, which have been highly successful in the US market.
Hitachi equipment has proved to be ideal for a landscape gardening company in southwest Germany. Susewind is using two compact machines to construct and maintain private gardens near the city of Freiburg, as well as for forestry projects it undertakes.
In 2018, Aquajet will raise the bar higher with the introduction of a new training program, called Aquajet Academy. In addition, the company will use its annual ‘Hydrodemolition’ days in April to unveil several new products.
Genesis Attachments is pleased to announce the launch of its Impact Tools Group. This consists of four ‘families’ of technologically advanced, minimal maintenance products designed for the demolition, construction, utility, excavation and concrete grinding industries.
The Basic 518 Trommel screen has seen manufacturer Doppstadt produce a solution ideal for the ‘basic’ material sorting requirements of small and medium municipal environmental services and recycling plants.
Doosan Construction Equipment will display a DX140LCR-5 15t reduced tail swing crawler excavator during the annual World of Concrete. Located in booth C5887, the machine will be configured with a quick coupler and hydraulic breaker, as well as optional rubber track pads.
The Bobcat S70 skid-steer loader and MT55 mini-track loader have won Lowest Cost of Ownership Awards in their respective categories as part of a new annual series of awards organized by EquipmentWatch, a world leader in data, software and insights for the heavy equipment industry.